The figures include slots, table games, sports betting, i-gaming, VGTs and fantasy contests

Pennsylvania combined 2019/20 gaming revenue down 18 percent

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2020-07-20
United States
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Total combined revenue for the fiscal year 2019/20 was $2,724,785,117.  This is down 18% from fiscal year 2018/19, primarily as a direct result of casino shutdowns and other factors related to Covid-19 restrictions.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported last week combined fiscal year 2019/20 revenue figures which run from July 1st to June 30th. The combined gross revenue figures include slot machine, table games, sports wagering, i-gaming, video gaming terminals (VGTs) and fantasy contests.

Total combined revenue for the fiscal year 2019/20 was $2,724,785,117.  This is down 18% from fiscal year 2018/19, primarily as a direct result of casino shutdowns and other factors related to Covid-19 restrictions. This included closure of casinos for nearly three months, affecting slot machine, table games, video gaming terminals (VGTs), and retail sport wagering, along with the stoppage of play of major sporting events which affected all sports wagering.

See the full report here.

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